AceShowbiz - City Girls' JT was having a blast on Tuesday, December 3 as she celebrated her 27th birthday with the people she loves. The bash came out as even more meaningful as it marked her first since being released from prison.
The Florida rapper took to her Instagram account to give her online followers an insight into her fun-filled night which was also attended by teammate Yung Miami. "Last year I was in the Feds feeling like it will never end this year I'm surrounded by love & loyalty," so the birthday girl captioned a video of her jamming to the music alongside Miami. "Blessed."
In a separate post, JT flaunted the biggest birthday gift she received that night. Her Quality Control boss Pierre "Pee" Thomas pulled out the big guns by giving her a white Mercedes G-Wagon for her big day. Donning a black velvet mini dress, JT posed in front of her new whip that has a big red ribbon on top of it.
That was definitely not the only thing that she got as her birthday gift. New mom Miami gifted her with a purple Chanel bag that she unboxed on her Instagram Stories. Lil Baby got her a fuzzy blue clutch from the same brand. Meanwhile, Offset opted to skip the shopping and presented her with a wad of cash.
Fellow celebrities took to the comment section to send JT birthday wishes. "Happy birthday beautiful!!! Have a blessed one b!" wrote Kash Doll. Toya Wright was also among the commenters, writing, "Happy Birthday!!" with Bobby Lytes adding, "So and happy and proud of you! Happy bday baby!"
JT was released from prison in October after serving for two years for credit card fraud. In a lengthy message on Twitter, she previously revealed that she learned a lot during the prison stint.
"I was locked up w/ so many women who were in prison because they kept it real w/ men & those men did not keep it real with them!" she opened up in a Twitter post on Sunday, October 13. "I want y'all to know that whatever you do DONT let a man influence you in the moment of 'love' if he love you he wouldn't put you in situations PERIOD."
JT, however, emphasized that these women were not being stupid. "& it's not called being stupid, it's called being influenced In a state of vulnerability!" she went on saying in a separate tweet. "We taking these n****a money & putting our self first from here on out!"